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History of Syria
Syria: proxy theatre of war Never in the interests of the ordinary citizen The Syrian people’s uprising began as a struggle over social and economic conditions, a fight for democracy in place of repression. Now it has been hijacked by regional an (More)
History of Hungary
Rhymes from Central Europe Norman Stone’s sparkling new book, Hungary: A Short History, is a warning against ignoring history. It pre (More)
Copyrighted Works Freely Available
Thousands of Copyrighted Works Will Now Be Freely Available to Teachers By Sarah Schwartz on January 3, 2019 12:02 PM More)
SPED library instruction
Library instruction Information Literacy Digital Literacy Instructor, Michael Pickle.  September 26, 4-5:30PM for SPED 204 short link to this blog entry: (More)
publish metrics ranking and citation info
EdTech Research – Where to Publish, How to Share (Part 2): Journal Metrics, Rankings and Citation Information By Stefanie Panke for AACE Review, March  10-15th 2018 https://www.aace.o (More)
Gettysburg Address at LC ++++++++++ more on history at this IMS blog (More)
MnState OER webinar
Open Textbook Webinar — a 90-minute online meeting to learn about open textbooks. Peer review of open textbooks is a critical component of assessing quality and supporting faculty looking for resources to use in their own classes.  After the works (More)
SCSU EDAD Scopus vs Academia vs ResearchGate (More)
New Directions in Instructional Design
ELI Online Focus Session New Directions in Instructional Design: Keeping Pace in a Time of Rapid Change April 19 & 20, 2017 | Noon–3:30 p.m. (ET) More)
Assyrian king Ashurbanipal
'Some of the most appalling images ever created' – I Am Ashurbanipal review (More)
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